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Bralmaran

10.12.2019 at 10:12 pm
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The "Serenade", Op. 24 is one of the earliest compositions that demonstrates twelve-tone technique in its most rudimentary form. The fourth movement, a sonnet by Petrarch and interpreted by Louis-Jacques Rondeleux, deserves special attention; it contains a rather simple sequence of twelve tones which are applied to a hendecasyllabic metre each.

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